The Anne Frank House museum is preparing itself for a new generation of visitors. We will retain the authentic character of the house: experience and meaning will always be our priorities. Employees and those involved give a look behind the scenes.
Blog: Of course the museum will remain open!
As I write this blog, one storey below me the finishing touches are being put to the new spaces for group visits, and below that the last shelves and spotlights are being installed in the new museum shop.
Video: Museum renewal, what
Tom Brink, head publications & presentations Anne Frank House, and Dagmar von Wilcken, exhibition designer, talk about the museum renewal of the Anne Frank House.
Video: Museum renewal, why
Video 1: museum renewal, why Ronald Leopold, general director Anne Frank House, and Tom Brink, head publications & presentations Anne Frank House, talk about the museum renewal of the Anne Frank House.
Blog: One of the choices we made
One of the stories we'll be telling in the new museum route is that of Anne and Margot Frank at the Jewish Lyceum high school. We'll explore the gradual and ever-increasing exclusion of Jews in the Netherlands by the occupying German forces.
Blog: A new museum concept
Two years ago we got to hear the fantastic news that the Anne Frank House would receive an additional €910,000 in BankGiro Lottery funding for the development of a new museum concept.